Learn how to develop resilience in these uncertain times
We are offering another opportunity to join us for a Zoom-based interactive session focused on self-care, loss, and grief during a global pandemic.
As professionals, community providers, and family leaders, we are often doing our best to keep some balance in our lives while juggling our many roles and responsibilities within the home and family, workplace, and community. In recent times, with the onset of COVID-19, we are finding we must do all of this and more without our usual resources, tools, or self-care approaches. In the midst of all this, we are also often faced with our own emotions – grief, loss, anger, confusion, frustration – and the very real impact of collective trauma. How do we cope with this mix of emotions while also meeting the multiple demands we face?
Presenter Sue Badeau will help us understand, express, and cope with our own emotions, create a self-care plan to develop resilience in the face of uncertainty, and use reflective and hope-filled tools to reach out to and care for others in the midst of circumstances that change daily.
Please join us on
Friday, May 15, 2020
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
In collaboration with Moses Taylor Foundation, Lackawanna County System of Care, Scranton Area Comunity Foundation, and United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties, this webinar is provided free of charge to community nonprofits.
About the Presenter:
Sue Badeau is a nationally known speaker, writer and consultant with a heart for children and families. After receiving a degree in Early Childhood Education from Smith College, Sue worked for many years in child welfare and juvenile justice systems. She currently serves on several national and international boards including the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment (ATTACh), Justice for Families and Imara International. Sue writes and speaks extensively to public & private agencies, prison systems, courts, parent groups, churches and missions in the USA, Canada and Kenya. She has worked closely with the North American Council on Adoptable Children. National Child Traumatic Stress Network, A Second Chance, Inc., All Children, All Families, the National Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Casey Family Programs and was the Deputy Director of the Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care. Sue has developed curricula and provided training in all fifty states.
Also, be sure to mark your calendars for these additional training opportunities, taking place in May for Mental Health Awareness Month.
We are proud to be able to offer these free of charge to community nonprofits in collaboration with Moses Taylor Foundation, Lackawanna County System of Care, Scranton Area Comunity Foundation, and United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties.
Additional information on each of these sessions will follow soon.
About the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence:
The Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence was established by the Scranton Area Community Foundation in 2012 to serve the capacity building needs of nonprofit organizations in the Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA) region to help them meet their critical missions more effectively and to improve their impact throughout NEPA. The Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence works with partners to provide relevant training programs, technical assistance, and additional resources free of charge or at low cost to local nonprofit organizations.
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